The First Hellenic Medical Diaspora World Congress in Thessaloniki July 15-17

THESSALONIKI – The General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad & Public Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the 1st Hellenic Medical Diaspora World Congress will take place July 15-17 in Thessaloniki.

The Hellenic Medical Diaspora World Congress, under the auspices of the Ministry of Interior (Sector Macedonia – Thrace), includes two parallel conferences: The Aristotle Medical Forum, organized by the School of Medicine of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, and the International Conference of the Hellenic Medical Diaspora, coordinated by the Hellenic Medical Societies.

The strategic objective of this unprecedented medical Congress is to bring together doctors and health specialists of Greek descent from around the world and to lay the groundwork for innovative initiatives and interdisciplinary synergies.

Moreover, the Congress will highlight the exceptionally high level of expertise of Greek doctors abroad, as well as in Greece.

Leading researchers, distinguished scientists and professors will honor the Congress with their presence, while there is also the alternative of online participation.

The General Secretariat also announced that the Congress has been accredited with 18 CME-CPD credits. In order to attend, please register under the following link:


All necessary information regarding the program, keynote speakers, accommodation etc. is also available in the abovementioned website.

It should be noted that participation is free of charge. All participants will enjoy full board during the Congress, as well as free entrance to all cultural events. Flight and accommodation expenses are not included.


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